The After Word: Sara Raasch’s Snow Like Ashes trilogy

Greetings and salutations all you lovely bookies. By which I mean people who like books, not people who take bets and break kneecaps when someone can’t pay up. Although I suppose if that kind of bookie is here, hello to you too, and also why are you here? Anyway! It’s Nikkie here, typing up a bunch of words about Sara Raasch’s Snow Like Ashes trilogy.

I wish there were a different name with which to refer to the trilogy, by the way; it seems weird to call it by the name of the first book. I suppose it could be called the Primoria trilogy, as that is the name of the world (continent) in (on) which it’s set . . . But since I don’t think that’s the convention, I probably won’t use it so that no one gets confused! (It is now my headcanon though.)

As I’ve recently finished the final book in the series, Frost Like Night, I was planning to blog about it when I realized that I haven’t talked about the first two books (beyond bringing up the series in my review of A Torch Against the Night). I may have mentioned one or the other back when the blog was Lit’s Not Dead, but as that no longer counts, I should probably talk about the series as a whole. As such, there will be spoilers—fairly heavy spoilers for the whole kit and kaboodle. So, as always, if you care about that kind of thing, get the heck on out of here!

The rest of you: follow me! I’m going to start with a synopsis of the three books, and then go into my personal thoughts after that. Continue reading “The After Word: Sara Raasch’s Snow Like Ashes trilogy”